In 1887, in the very small, yet magical municipality of Ernen in the Swiss Alps, the great Hungarian Pianist Gyrgy Sebök founded a chamber music festival. Since then, in August every year, a special and inspiring meeting for chamber music takes place. Performing musicians, composers, and an audience of nature and music lovers from around the globe meet. Affinity with nature, profound music and the exchange of ideas are the focus. In the beautiful Church of Ernen are 5 chamber music concerts and 2 orchestral concerts to be heard, as well as many rehearsals and lectures. The cellist Xenia Jankovic has been the artistic director of the festival since 2008.
Find out more about Chamber Music Plus – This year from July 31st until August 12th. You can find all of the information for this years festival here.
Musicians performing: Alasdair Beatson, Silke Avenhaus, Paolo Giacometti, Lily Francis, Erich Höbarth, Candida Thompson, Esther Hoppe, Daniel Bard, Thomas Gould, Ulrike-Anima Mathe, Helena Winkelmann, Iva Bittova, Arvid, Engegard, Sally Beamish, Ylvali Zillicus, Mark Holloway, Xenia Jankovic, Christoph Richter, Claudius Hermann, Dusan Bogdanovic, Bart Schneemann and many others.
A live performance of Beethoven’s Triple Concerto is now over on YouTube. Xenia Janković plays together with violinist Stefan Milenković and pianist Nataša Veljković with the Radio Orchestra Belgrade, conducted by Bojan Sudjic. You can find it and more videos over on the YouTube channel INSPIRIMUS.
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